C/W journos recognised at media awards

Three Computerworld journalists were finalists in the information technology and commmunications category at the Qantas Media Awards in Auckland on Friday night.

Three Computerworld journalists were finalists in the information technology and commmunications (IT&C) category at the Qantas Media Awards in Auckland on Friday night.

Computerworld deputy editor Mark Broatch was a finalist for the Boeing Award for the best newspaper feature writer in the IT&C category with his story The Haggle Game, Computerworld Auckland reporter David Watson was a finalist with Taming the Tyranny of Distance and former Computerworld chief reporter Andrea Malcolm - now with Nzoom - was a finalist with Revolution by Stealth. The winner was the New Zealand Herald's Chris Barton, while the Herald's Peter Griffin was also a finalist.

PC World columnist Geoff Palmer won the best IT&C columnist and was a finalist in the best overall columnist category.

Marcel Tromp was a finalist for Unlimited magazine in the best editorial graphic artist category, and Unlimited magazine won best trade magazine.

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